IT traversed the turns of two centuries. It reported on the sinking of the Titanic, witnessed the Spanish Flu pandemic, survived two world wars and the Great Depression, saw the rise and fall of the Communist Bloc, and entered into the digital revolution of the 21st century.
The Malay Mail (MM) was the first local English daily published during the colonial Federated Malay States. On December 14, 1896, it was published as a free lunchtime paper with 100,000 copies circulated around the Klang ...
Online videos for sharing medical knowledge and procedures — and their quality and utility — have received more attention in the last couple of years, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic when many countries went through lockdowns of various degrees.
"Luxury travel has always been about enjoying the finest things in life, from the best design and architecture to the most watering food. But as savvy travellers look to the future, it's clear that a focus on sustainability is the only way to ensure the world’s treasures are preserved for all to enjoy."
In a world where the paycheck is a big consideration for choosing a career, Dr. Shalu Pal — optometrist, volunteer, and founder of Dr. Shalu Pal and Associates in Toronto, Canada —took the road less traveled. Her career motivation? The joy she gets from helping others improve their vision.
About 40 of Kuala Lumpur’s hippest lifestyle influencers had the first peep at the new Clarks outlet at the swanky Lalaport Bukit Bintang City Centre. They were treated to exclusive shopping moments and feasted their eyes at the myriad Clarks shoes for men, ladies and children, including the brand’s spring-summer 2022 collection.
As the year draws to a close and a new year beckons, do you strike while the iron is hot, or do you look before you leap? Proverbs have been an age-old succour of
mankind when making decisions, expressing emotions, and needing general life principles to live by. Two Malaysians from different fields share their favourite proverbs
and their aspirations for the new year.
A calling that is close to the heart
of Dato’ Dr. Haslina Binti Mohd
Ali is the prevention of blindness
in Malaysia. And now, her years of
dedication and service in providing
vitreoretinal care has rightly earned the
honor of being the 2021 recipient of the
Asia-Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology
(APAO) “Outstanding Service in
Prevention of Blindness Award.”